Chocolate fridge cake is a delicious and easy no bake overnight chocolate cake that you’ll be delighted to find in your fridge in the morning!
Folks this chocolate fridge cake is so easy to make!
It just needs a little bit of time in the evening before (but only 30 minutes) to put it together.
Then just stick it in the fridge overnight.
What a great sight in your fridge morning. A really tasty chocolate cake treat that just requires slicing and serving!
Chocolate fridge cake is such a great recipe. One that you can easily put together and use a mixture of whatever you have to hand.
It’s not a real cake in that it uses eggs and flour then is baked, no. It’s a no bake creation made up of a little melted chocolate, crushed biscuits and dried fruits.
All it needs is time to firm up in the fridge.
I made this chocolate fridge cake for taking to work to share with colleagues, as I normally do with my cakes.
It removes any temptation I might have to eat more than one of the slices!
Why not bake and do this too? There’s nothing like someone telling you this is their favourite cake you’ve baked so far, thank you Allison!
This is a really easy cake for children to do. Keep it in the fridge to keep it fresh and prevent it from melting.
Enjoy these chocolately slices of heaven! 😉
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- Loose base cake tin
- Measuring spoons
- Kitchen scale
- Wooden spoon
- Large mixing bowl
- Rolling pin
- Kitchen knives
This is the deep round cake tin with loose base that I use in the making of this fridge cake.
It’s easy to push the base up slowly.
When you’re removing it prior to serving.
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Chocolate Fridge Cake Recipe
Keep your chocolate fridge cake in an air tight container in the fridge to keep it as fresh as possible and it usually will last up to a week.
Well, that’s if there’s any left once you’ve shared it out!
I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe 5* if you like it! 🙂
Chocolate Fridge Cake
- 100 g plain chocolate
- 100 g butter
- 5 tbsp golden syrup
- 225 g richtea biscuits
- 2 tbsp chopped glace cherries
- 2 tbsp sultanas
- 2 tbsp mixed chopped nuts
- Grease a 20cm (8”) round cake tin and add a circle sheet of greaseproof paper, greased on both sides to the bottom of the tin.
- In a small saucepan break up all the chocolate, cube the butter and add the golden syrup and melt the ingredients all together stirring constantly over a low heat.
- When ingredients have melted together turn off the heat and put the pan aside.
- In a large bowl break up all of the rich tea biscuits into small pieces using the end of a rolling pin.
- Once the biscuits are very small pieces. Add the chopped glace cherries, raisins and chopped nuts. Then add the melted mixture from the pan and stir well together.
- Pour the mixture from the large bowl into the cake tin and press down all over the mixture with the back of a spoon.
- Put the tin into the fridge, overnight.
- In the morning take the tin out, remove the circle of greased proof paper from the bottom and cut the cake into 12 equal wedges.